Forced To Confront E-mail Scandal Again, Hillary Uses Favorite Phrase 20 TIMES

October 14, 2016Oct 14, 2016

"Secretary Clinton states that she does not recall being advised, cautioned, or warned, she does not recall that it was ever suggested to her, and she does not recall participating in any communication, conversation, or meeting in which it was discussed that her use of a e-mail account to conduct official State Department business conflicted with or violated federal recordkeeping laws."

Those are the words of Hillary's lawyers, and according to the Politico, she used the phrase "I don't recall" or a variation of it 20 times in a written answer to a lawsuit involving her use of an unauthorized personal e-mail server to mishandle classified information.

Hillary was forced to confront her e-mail scandal again yesterday when a federal judge ordered her to answer questions "under penalty of perjury" as part of a lawsuit filed by Judicial Watch, a conservative group.

One thing Hillary also didn't recall was whether she ever thought there might be a problem with using her personal, unsecured e-mail server for work rather than official channels of communication.

Hillary has repeatedly claimed to not recall important details with her e-mail scandal and other times she's been in trouble. A notable time was during the Clintons' 1990s Whitewater scandal, when Hillary said she couldn't remember so many times that Rush Limbaugh and Paul Shanklin presented a parody about it where a Hillary impersonator sings, "I don't remember, my brain's in a blend. It's jello, jello, jello, jello."

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